Elementary particle physics

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Finite-Temperature Field Theory: Principles and Applications

Finite-Temperature Field Theory (2nd ed.)

Principles and Applications

Cambridge University Press (2006)
AU$62.70

The 2006 second edition of this book develops techniques for studying relativistic field theory in...

QCD and Collider Physics
Cambridge University Press (2003)
AU$84.70

A detailed overview of the physics of high-energy colliders emphasising the role of QCD.

Aspects of Symmetry: Selected Erice Lectures

Aspects of Symmetry

Selected Erice Lectures

Cambridge University Press (1988)
AU$62.70

For almost two decades, Sidney Coleman has been giving review lectures on frontier topics in...

The Particle Odyssey: A Journey to the Heart of Matter

The Particle Odyssey

A Journey to the Heart of Matter

Frank Close, Michael Marten and 1 more...
OUP Oxford (2002)
AU$24.78

The Particle Odyssey takes the reader on a spectacular illustrated journey to the heart of matter....

Elementary Particle Physics in a Nutshell
Princeton University Press (2011)
AU$141.14

The new experiments underway at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland may significantly...

Introductory Muon Science
Cambridge University Press (2003)
AU$56.10

Summary of how muons are used in science and engineering.

Data Analysis Techniques for High-Energy Physics
Cambridge University Press (2000)
AU$115.50

Up-dated indispensable guide to handling and analysing data obtained from high-energy and nuclear...

Introduction to Elementary Particles
Wiley (2008)
AU$197.95

This is the first quantitative treatment of elementary particle theory that is accessible to...

Concepts of Particle Physics: Volume I
Oxford University Press (1987)
AU$43.67

Enhances the material outlined in the first volume of "Concepts of Particle Physics", presenting it...

The New Cosmic Onion: Quarks and the Nature of the Universe

The New Cosmic Onion

Quarks and the Nature of the Universe

CRC Press (2006)
AU$78.10

Not since Newton's apple has there been a physics phenomenon as deliciously appealing to the masses...